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Baker Mayfield Given 35 Community Service Hours/Alcohol Education

Baker Mayfield Given 35 Community Service Hours/Alcohol Education

Following an arrest for Public Intoxication among other things in February, Baker Mayfield was given 35 hours of community service along with attending an alcohol education course at The University of Oklahoma. The community service and university course must be completed before the end of the fall semester. The legal case has been settled but the details haven’t been released yet. Mayfield should not miss any football during the 2017 season.


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